lake mead water level after hilary

By Investing Keeda

Date: August 27 2023

Lake Mead's water level did rise slightly after Tropical Storm Hilary in 2023

The storm brought about 1 to 3 inches of rain to the area, which helped to replenish the reservoir

However, the overall water level is still well below what it was in years past

As of August 2023, the water level is at 1,071.53 feet above sea level. This is 164 feet below the reservoir's full pool level of 1,229 feet.

The water level in Lake Mead has been declining for several years due to drought conditions in the Southwest

The reservoir is a major source of water for Arizona, California, Nevada, and Mexico

As the water level continues to drop, it is becoming increasingly difficult to meet the needs of these states

There are a number of things that can be done to help improve the water level in Lake Mead

These include increasing conservation efforts, investing in water efficiency technologies, and developing new sources of water